Event: Defying burnout - strategies for women to thrive
With Sophie Scott
Thursday 29 June, 1-2pm AEST
Are you feeling overwhelmed? Australians are reporting feelings of burnout and women are more likely to report symptoms. A Deloitte 2023 Women at Work report revealed 30 per cent of Australian women have reported feeling burned out, a slight improvement on the previous year, however the picture remains concerning. Three quarters of respondents in a recent Women’s Agenda survey of 1100 women reported that they may have experienced burnout over the past 12 months.
Feeling physically and emotionally exhausted, disillusioned with your work and second-guessing yourself are all signs you might have burnout. But you can recover from feeling burnt out and not get burnt out again.
Join Assoc Prof (Adjunct) Sophie Scott as she explains the signs, the symptoms and how to recover from burnout so you can feel your best. In this Brilliant Connected Women in Digital Health Network event, Sophie will walk you through the science and leave you with actionable tips to put into your life and work today.
Sophie is an award-winning broadcast journalist, international speaker and educator specialising in maximising human potential, mental health and mindset. She is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Notre Dame University Medical School lecturing in science communication and you may have heard her speak at a former Brilliant Connected Women event.
Connect with Sophie at www.sophiescott.com.au